For the 2023-2024 Academic Year, the tiers for on-campus housing will be as follows. (Please note that many buildings are part of multiple housing tiers, and that all rates are for the academic year.) Housing charges are placed in two separate charges - for undergraduates, a housing commitment fee of $750 and the balance of the housing cost. For graduate students, the commitment fee is $1,500 plus the balance of the housing cost. Costs below reflect the full academic year including the commitment fee charge.
Undergraduate Housing Rates (Estimated)
|Traditional Single (Sophomores)||$10,736||
|Wood Frame/Greek Double/Triple (no kitchen)||$9,622||
|Wood Frame/Greek Single (no kitchen)||$10,736||
|Wood Frame/Greek Double/Triple (kitchen)||$10,328||
|Wood Frame/Greek Single (kitchen)||$11,440||
|Standard Apartment Double/Triple (no kitchen)||$9,844||
|Standard Apartment Single (no kitchen)||$10,980||
|Standard Apartment Double (kitchen)||$10,544||
|Standard Apartment Single (kitchen)||$11,684||
|Premium Apartment Single (kitchen)||$11,960||
Graduate Housing Rates
Graduate Housing Rates - for AY 2023-24
The below academic year rates are for both AS&E and The Fletcher School, which include a $1,500 commitment fee per semester. Cancellation of campus housing after it has been assigned will result in forfeiture of the $1,500 commitment fee.
|Room Type||Price per year|
|Graduate - Small||$10,772 / year|
|Graduate - Standard||$11,464 / year|
|Graduate - Premium||$13,356 / year|
|Room Type||Price per year|
|Single in 8-10 person apt.||$10,980 / year|
|Single in 3-6 person apt.||$11,684 / year|
|Double* in 8-10 person apt.||$12,518 / year|
|Double* in 3-6 person apt.||$13,320 / year|
*As a note, Hillside Apartments traditionally has singles and double rooms. For the purposes of Fletcher Housing, the double rooms will be offered as a larger single room at a slightly higher price.
For questions related to the new housing tiers or other aspects of residential life at Tufts, please email email@example.com.
In response to student and community feedback, the University is continuing to expand housing options to give more students the opportunity to live on campus. The prices of housing options in the new tiered structure, which include utilities and amenities such as water, electricity, and cable, as well as other support generally unavailable in off-campus options, are competitive with the off-campus housing market. Also, on-campus housing agreements are for the academic year while off-campus leases are predominantly for 12 months.
Federal Student Aid regulations require Tufts to use the average cost of housing when determining the total Cost of Attendance used to award financial aid. For more information about on campus housing and financial aid, please visit the Direct and Indirect Costs page on the Financial Aid website.